, The Will Watch was a 251-ton barque built at Bombay in 1813 and owned by G Lyall of London.  She then sailed for Guam on 21 December from Adelaide On 25 July 1857 she returned to Hobart under Captain Nixon with 130 immigrants from London. , In 1841 she brought more settlers to New Plymouth from London. 3 Days in Auckland: Suggested Itineraries. However a comparison between the "Reeves List" (the list made by the Inspector for Shipping in England) and the actual ship's list of food shows that they did not have sufficient quantities of basic provisions. , In 1849 Bolton sailed from London and Plymouth to Adelaide under Captain J F Young, arriving on 29 November. It was a 147-ton teak-built Calcutta pilot brig under Captain John J Peacock. , George Fyfe was a 444-ton (originally 436 tons. , The Platina made at least eight voyages to Australia: the first under Captain W S Wilson sailed from London on 25 July 1831 arriving in Hobart on 11 December; from Liverpool on 18 May 1832; on 9 April 1833 she sailed from London to Sydney via Rio de Janeiro, arriving on 10 October 1833; on 14 October 1835 from London to Sydney under Captain G H Parker; on 2 May 1837 under Captain Robson Coltish to Hobart from London with convicts; on 26 September 1838 under Captain Thomas Wellbank she sailed from London to Adelaide with 105 settlers, arriving on 9 February 1839; on 8 April 1842 from London to Melbourne; and in 1843 she sailed from Leith, Scotland to Melbourne, arriving in January 1844. Fortunately the spring tide enabled her to refloat and although damaged was able to make the voyage. , She returned to Australia in November, en route to California. The Olympus was sailing from Liverpool for New York. Then she sailed once under Captain Davies to Jamaica. Cancel. Lord Auckland (Ship) Lord Auckland (Ship) Filter By Type All Results 17. Description.  Four men from the Rosanna returned to New Zealand: Thomas McLean, Benjamin Nesbit, George Nimmo and Colin Gillies. Asked if he needed assistance he said no. 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It was wrecked in 1842 near the site of the Raine Island Beacon, Queensland, Australia. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Under Captain David McKenzie she sailed from Gravesend on 1 October 1842 and arrived at Nelson on 5 February 1843.  The others were the Fireshire, Lord Auckland and Mary Ann. On 5 March 1826 the expedition reached Stewart Island, which Herd explored and then dismissed as a possible settlement, before sailing north to inspect land around Otago Harbour. The Sir Charles Forbes was a 363-ton barque that sailed under Captain Thomas Bacon from Gravesend on 1 May 1842 and arrived at Nelson on 22 August with 187 settlers. The Government declared that the islands were to be part of the colony of New Zealand and that any Germans settling there would be treated as aliens. She bought 104 migrants to Fremantle on 24 February 1852 and then sailed to London.  Bolton returned to Nelson, New Zealand on 28 February 1842 with more settlers. She called at Cape of Good Hope on 12 May, and Hobart on 31 July. Although the offer was not accepted a letter expressing their thanks was published in the Sydney paper. to Auckland 1884. On 5 March 1826 the ships reached Stewart Island, which Herd explored and then dismissed as a possible settlement, before sailing north to inspect land around Otago Harbour. Much to the annoyance of the Wellington settlers, after unloading the New Zealand Company goods at Wellington the Platina sailed for Auckland, becoming what is thought to be the first European vessel to anchor in Waitemata harbor. The ship reached Port Nicholson on 11 August. , She sailed from Cumray on the Clyde under Captain C H Worth that sailed on 4 July 1842 and arrived in Nelson on 4 November with 137 settlers.  Ernest Rutherford's grandfather and his father sailed on the Phoebe to New Zealand.. , She sailed under Captain William Dale sailed from Gravesend on 16 November 1842, arriving via Wellington at Nelson on 29 March 1843. She arrived at Nelson on 14 December 1842 with 134 settlers.  She sailed under Captain Walker from Gravesend on 27 April 1841 and arrived at Tasman Bay in October 1841 with the Whitby and Arrow. She arrived at Nelson on 14 June 1843 having had a smallpox outbreak that forced her to spend three weeks in Bahia. In total she carried seven settlers. , The Tyne was a 500-ton sailing ship under Captain Charles Robertson that arrived on 9 August 1841 at Wellington having sailed from the Downs on 6 April 1841.  She was in Singapore at the beginning of January 1843 and sailed for Madras on 4 January.. Under Captain James Herd, accompanied by the Lambton she sailed to New Zealand in 1826 with 60 prospective settlers to explore suitable sites for trade and development as settlements by the New Zealand Company. She arrived at Port Nicholson on 7 March 1840 at about 4pm in the company of Tory and Adelaide.  She sailed under Captain Henry Oakley and arrived in New Plymouth with 115 settlers on 25 January 1843. , The Tory struck a sandbank at the entrance to Kaipara Harbour. On 5 January 1826 she sailed under Captain Davis. , The Birman was in Adelaide in 1840 and sailed for Calcutta under Captain John Clelland. While travelling the seas between Port Gravesend in England and Port Nicholson in New Zealand, 67 children under the age of 14 died due to an outbreak of whooping cough on board. In 1793, he was created Baron Auckland, of West Auckland in the County of Durham, in the Peerage of Great Britain. Nor was this the only problem.  She sailed under Captain James Petrie with 242 settlers to Wellington and New Plymouth in 1840. The Prince of Wales was a 582-ton sailing ship under Captain Alexander that sailed from London on 2 September 1842 and arrived at Nelson on 31 December. , The Birman was a 545 barque sheathed with yellow metal built at Westburn, Greenock by John Scott & Sons in 1840. My Archive View All. It was one of four ships hired by the New Zealand Company in 1841 to bring settlers to Nelson.  In 1854 the Olympus and the Trade Wind collided. The Timandra was a barque built at Littlehampton in 1841 and owned by J Nixon of London. The others in the group were the Adelaide, Aurora, Bengal Merchant and Duke of Roxburgh. Atkinson then returned to England from Bahia. Wednesday, December 30, 1846.—Embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board the Lord Auckland, barque, for Port Curtis, North Australia. There was a 331-ton barque built a Bombay in 1813 owned by Woldridge and sailed by Captain Faremoth. , There was 1000 ton clipper ship named Bella Marina under Captain Henry Elliot that sailed in New Zealand and Australian waters in the 1860s. ), "Torres Strait shipwrecks, retrieved 18 July 2017", "Ship's Carved Figurehead From The British East Indianman PHOEBE 1844 :: :: Vallejo Demo", "SCIENCE — HISTORY AND ORGANISATION IN NEW ZEALAND", Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in 1847, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=New_Zealand_Company_ships&oldid=1002786356#Lord_Auckland, All Wikipedia articles written in New Zealand English, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 January 2021, at 01:30. Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand with a population of 1.4 million, is the embarkation port for many Cruise Ships. It was among a group of ships carrying settlers which were to rendezvous at Port Hardy on d'Urville Island on 10 January 1840. , In February 1854 she returned to Melbourne under Captain C Duggan and then sailed for Callao, Peru. The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser, 31 August 1840, Page 3, Shipping Intelligence. June 1832 – March 1834, Volume 2, ANU E Press, 2003, Ship News, The Australian, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1837, Page 2, The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, NSW, 21 November 1840, Page 4, Narrative, Sydney General Trade List, The Sydney Herald, NSW, 9 November 1835, Page 3, South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register, Adelaide, SA, 5 January 1839, Page 3, Advertising, Sydney Morning Herald, 1 July 1850, page 2, Shipping Intelligence, Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). It was among a group of ships carrying settlers which were to rendezvous at Port Hardy on Durville Island on 10 January 1840. The advertisement referred to her as being so long and favourably known of these (Australian) coasts. , In 1843 she sailed from London to Africa under Captain Foster and from London to Cape of Good Hope in 1850 under Captain J Laws..  It ran aground and was wrecked on Arrow Rock while leaving Nelson. On 4 September, off Mouille Point, while anchoring for the night she was caught by the wind on blown stern first into the rocks.  In 1844 under Captain Dawson it brought more settlers to New Plymouth and also Nelson. The others were the Fifeshire under Captain Arnold, the Mary Ann under Captain Bolton, and the Lloyds under Captain Green. Built 1836 at Calcutta. The tall ships leaving Auckland on Monday 28th October 2013. At Hobart the Second Officer, James Stewart, fell overboard into the Derwent River and drowned.  On returning to London he was told by the insurance agent it had broken when she was being launched. She then sailed to Puget Sound to pick up a cargo of timber for New Zealand, arriving at Port Phillip, Australia from Vancouver Island, Canada on 6 December with 330,000 feet of timber. In steerage were 21 married couples, 22 single adults and 70 children. , On 2 October 1849 she sailed from London under Captain E W Beazley for Sydney and Port Phillip, arriving at Port Phillip on 12 February 1850 with 220 passengers. On 6 April she sailed from Hobart to London. On 23 March 1844 the London under Captain John T Attwood brought 250 male convicts from Plymouth to Tasmania, arriving 9 July. The others in the group were Aurora, Duke of Roxburgh and Adelaide, plus the freight vessel Glenbervie.  Herd charted both Port Nicholson and Port Otago. During the voyage she sighted icebergs near 53 degrees South.  One source says it was a converted warship. , She was first sailing ship wrecked while trying to leave Kaipara Harbour in April 1840. In the later 1840s she sailed from London to Bombay. The Bucephalus, at anchor about two miles away sent a boat to assist. Passenger list as reported in the NZ Herald "England" arrived Auckland 9th Feb 1867 "Lord Burleigh" arrived Auckland 8 Aug 1856 "Northern Bride": Sailed from Liverpool on 13 June 1860, bound for Auckland.  She left for Java and India via Sydney on 22 June. They had returned to check in case there was still anyone on the Prince Rupert.  After a further return journey to New Plymouth from Wellington she sailed for Valparaiso on 4 June. On 16 June she sailed from the Thames under Captain Roman, arriving at Hobart, Tasmania on 23 October with 130 female convicts on board. , Fifeshire was a 587-ton bargue built a Sunderland in 1841 with a yellow metal covered hull. The Lord of the Rings Tours.  She remained in New Zealand waters until 5 May 1841 when she returned to London with the first export cargo from the area. Cruise to New Zealand and head to the World Heritage-listed Fiordland National Park, home to the mighty fjords of Milford Sound. She sailed under Captain Thomas Ashbridge from Gravesend on 26 January 1844 for Wellington, Nelson and New Plymouth. New Plymouth at the time was described as a collection of raupo and pitsawn timber huts housing almost 1000 Europeans. They were sent after the Oriental. She sailed from Hamburg on 26 December 1842 to Nelson with 140 German migrants including John Beit, the New Zealand Company agent in Hamburg. Search. Bateson, Charles, The Convict Ships, 1787–1868, Sydney, 1974. A collection of genealogical profiles related to New Zealand Settler Ships - Lord Auckland 1842. On 30 May 1851 she sailed from London to Lyttelton under Captain John Parsons with Canterbury Association settlers, arriving on 18 September. LORD BURLEIGH - London to Auckland 1856. Both vessels foundered.  She returned via Sydney with a cargo of wheat She made various trips around the Pacific to different ports including Canton in 1835.  She sailed to Sydney in 1838. Welcome to Viator! The Slains Castle was a 504-ton barque built at London in 1836 and owned by Wigram of London. Originally the ship was meant to have gone to the Chatham Islands but the British Government squashed a proposal in September 1841 to sell them to the German Colonisation Company—yet to be formed—for £10,000. Tonk, Rosemarie V. "William Spain". , The Whitby was a 437-ton sailing ship built at Whitby in 1837. In 1851 and 1852 she sailed from Clyde to North America. At the rendezvous they were be told of their final destination. The Whitby sailed from Gravesend on 27 April 1841. While in Wellington Harbour she assisted New Zealand Company settlers move their belongings from Petone to Wellington. She was refloated without damage and reached Nelson in safety arriving on 9 February 1842.  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